|Erich von Stroheim's THE WEDDING MARCH (1928)|
Co-starring Zasu Pitts and Fay Wray whose career was pricesely launched by this film. Apparently, the sequel "The Honneymoon" was definitively lost during the 1950s. more info on http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0019558/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wedding_March_(film)
Keywords: Erich von Stroheim; Fay Wray; Zasu Pitts; silent movie
Downloads: 7,179 (2 reviews)
|Erich Von Stroheim's FOOLISH WIVES (1922)|
FILM IN 2 PARTS!!!! The 130 minutes version left of a film supposedly 6 hours long in its primary form. The most expensive production of that time, they say. (Director Stroheim, $700,000 producer Carl Laemmle, $1,300,000). Monte Carlo was entirely recreated on Hollywood backlot. Impressive indeed! more info on http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0013140/
Keywords: Erich Von Stroheim; drama; silent film; roaring Twenties
Downloads: 9,131 (4 reviews)
|The Great Flamarion|
Erich von Stroheim is The Great Flamarion, a marksman who employs Mary Beth Hughes and Dan Duryea, a married couple, for his vaudeville act. Having decided to rid herself of her husband, Mary Beth plots to trick von Stroheim into doing the dirty work for her.
Keywords: Erich von Stroheim; Mary Beth Hughes; Dan Duryea; Anthony Mann
Downloads: 5,617 (8 reviews)
|(1904) McTeague - Banjamin Franklin Norris. Jr. (1870-1902)|
The book was written ib 1899 and reprinted in 1904, a film called "GREED" directed by Erich von Stroheim directed it in 42 reels. To understand the film, it is recommdned you first read the novel.
Keywords: Benjamin_Franklin_Norris_Jr; 1870-1902; McTeague; Greed; Erich_von_Stroheim; Film; Motion-picture; Hollywood; Silver-screen; Drama; An-American-Class_Film
|Keep 'em Rolling - WA4CZD|
Keep 'em Rolling was a Mutual Broadcasting System show that featured a play each week. Time Magazine said it was sponsored by the Office for Emergency Management (link http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,795612,00.html behind a paywall but you can see part of it). Keep 'em Rolling is also mentioned in this ebook on Archive.org, Radio in wartime: http://archive.org/details/radioinwartime00dryerich ...but any typo or error is mine...
Keywords: World War II: Homefront; World War, 1939-1945; Anna Neagle; Kenny Baker; Charles Bickford; Bea Wain; Arch Oboler; Erich Von Stroheim; Frank Lovejoy; John Garfield; Otto Kruger; Myrna Loy; Merle Oberon; Tyrone Power; World War II; Old Time Radio; World War, 1939-1945 -- War Work -- United States; 1942; WWII